Welcome to the Parkinson Canada Knowledge Network. This area is dedicated to providing you access to video and audio resources that will enhance your understanding of Parkinson’s disease.

New online events are added regularly; register for upcoming webinars or view past events on SoundCloud and Youtube.



Latest Podcast

The Parkinson’s Journey — Newly Diagnosed. This year, our podcasts will focus on different points along the Parkinson’s Journey. This month we look at Newly Diagnosed, examining some of the basics of PD, as well as answering commonly asked questions on diagnosis, medication and life. Listen online at SoundCloud.

Coming soon

2018 Expert Webinar Series

Join Parkinson Canada’s expert webinar series in a series of webinars covering various topics related to Parkinson’s disease.

Save the date for expert webinars in 2018 – Download a PDF listing the dates of all our 2018 Webinars.

Upcoming Webinars
Feb 13, 2018 How to Keep Intimacy Alive in Parkinson’s Disease
Listen on Soundcloud
Mar 16, 2018 Live In-Person Event highlighting Parkinson Disease: An Introductory Guide
Register Now!
May 8, 2018 Falls Prevention 365 Days a Year
Jun 12, 2018 Advanced Parkinson’s Therapies: DBS and Duodopa
Aug 14, 2018 Alternative Parkinson’s Therapies: Music & Dance
Sep 11, 2018 Parkinson’s Toolbox: All You Need to Manage Parkinson’s
Nov 13, 2018 PSP and Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) – Signs, Symptoms and Treatment
Dec 11, 2018 Incontinence and Voiding Dysfunction in Parkinson’s

Podcasts

Join Parkinson Canada expert, Robert TerSteege, in a series of podcasts where he talks about various topics related to Parkinson’s disease. These one-hour talks offer information, practical tips and advice on how to live better with Parkinson’s. Join us at 12 noon Eastern Time on the upcoming event dates:

January, 2018: Early Stage Parkinson’s

April, 2018: Mid-Stage Parkinson’s

July, 2018: Late-Stage Parkinson’s

October, 2018: Caregiving through the Stages of Parkinson’s

To submit questions in advance, send an email to education@parkinson.ca.